- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... took off for the equator. The family who owns the hostel also owns a travel company so the guy at the front desk (Diego) took us to a volcano crater and then the equator. The crater was really beautiful. It was so green and lush and there was a whole little community down in the crater. It's approx 200 people and there's a bus that comes twice a day. The equator was really neat. There were all kinds of scientific tests that show you're on the ...
... br> And that's it.
Ha ha! Just kidding.
After we woke up in Ecuador, we had a breakfast featuring urns of coffee and some unpopular thick, white juice then got into another car and drove to THE CENTER OF THE EARTH!
Well, that's what I thought it was, but I was corrected. Apparently had we, indeed, been driven to the center of the earth, we would have been burned up by the 6000 degree celcius temperature ...
... cool to stand on the equator and take classy photos like straddling one ass cheek in each hemisphere #yallknowhowiroll. That night we hit one of the 80,000 karaoke joints in Quito. The Ecuadorians have a funny style of karaoke. They remain at their tables, generally singing aombre ballads in Spanish. There is no performance, no applause and basically no fun. There's as much life to them as Gough Whitlam. Naturally, Crouch and I took over the joint with a ...
We went there because it said that this place is the paradise for all the bird watchers...so here we come. David was delighted by this trip and more when we arrived. This town is located in the cloud and it is a perfect climate. Sunny on the morning and rainy from noon to night. We stayed in an hostal called, "hostal cultural". This hostal is part of an Ecuadorian house. Everything was so cosy and clean, it was luxury for us. Comfort took over us ...
... equator is but pictures are not as fun there! We brought our passports and got them stamped to show we were definitely there!
The next morning myself Ady and our lovely Canadian friend Ginnie headed for the cable cars over the city of Quito. This was scary and amazing, Quito is quite high at 2800 metres but the cable cars took us another 2000 metres! This was the first time we encountered slight altitude sickness! We attempted to hike up higher ...